South Africa: Go South, Young (White) Man

South Africa might seem like the last place in the Western world where a man would want to risk his future. Denounced by the U.N. for its white-supremacy policies, and boycotted by almost every other African nation, the country is perpetually haunted by the threat of an internal racial explosion. Yet a surprising number of white settlers are ignoring the swart gevaar (as Afrikaners call the "black danger") to seek a new life in the controversial land. For three years, more whites have moved to South Africa than have left, and in...

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